At Kuebler Shoes, we are the Feet and Footwear Experts!

 Kuebler Shoes has been fitting footwear since 1832 and we have always been a trusted member of the communities we serve.  Over the years our medical referral business has grown as the local caregivers have recognized the ways in which we can help their patients.

Kuebler Shoes has a trained staff of individuals who can offer biomechanical assessments, as well as make recommendations regarding proper shoe fitting, diabetic footwear, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, overpronation, and all your footcare needs.  We also can discuss shoe design and construction, the use of fitting aids, and do worn shoe evaluations.

We know that it is our educated staff, our great selection of footwear, and our inventory of inserts and preformed orthotics that make us the best choice for footwear!

We hope that you will trust Kuebler Shoes next time you are in the market for a new pair of shoes.  

It is important to fit the foot properly!


Both feet and shoes come in different shapes and sizes.  Make sure that you are getting properly fitted for the shoes you need.

​The foot is a very complex part of our body.  It consists of 38 bones connected by ligaments, tendons and muscles. Because the feet carry our entire bodies weight, they are prone to many stresses.  These stresses are what cause foot pain or inflammation.  When your feet become injured, it can change your gait and therefor put undo stress on your ankles, knees, hip and back.  If you are having foot problems, you probably can relate those problems to the shoes that you are wearing.  A large number of people do not wear proper fitting shoes, and this can cause foot pain.  Having the correct style and size for you can prevent the onset of foot problems and skin irritations.  Finding shoes with a solid platform, strong heel counter, and proper arch curve, will help to keep your feet healthy.

At Kuebler Shoes, we strive to find the perfect shoe for each individual that means our standards for fit, feel, function and fashion.  When looking for shoes, here are a few tips to follow: 

  • The size of your foot changes throughout your lifetime. For this reason, it is best to have your feet measured before buying shoes.   
  • 75% of the population have one foot larger than the other.  Always fit your shoes to your larger foot.
  • There is no standard sizing in footwear today, so it is best to buy shoes based on how they feel and fit.
  • Select a shoe that is shaped like your foot.  Make sure that there is enough room for the longest toe. It is important to test that while standing since most peoples feet expand when upright. Make sure the balls of your feet fit comfortably into the widest part of the shoe. If this is done correctly, the little toe should then have clearance if the shoe was lasted properly. Do not buy shoes that put pressure on the little toe as this will greatly affect your gait.  
  • Take the shoes home and walk with them on the carpet.  Make sure they fit and feel right.  As long as you do not wear the shoes outside the home or damage them in any way, returning them should not be a problem.

​At Kuebler Shoes, we want to find the absolute best shoe for your specific needs.  If we do not have the style or size that you require in stock, we will gladly order for you at no additional cost.

Foot Problems = Back Problems?


Did you know that many adults under the age of 45 suffer from back pain? Studies show that 80% of adults will experience some form of back pain in their lifetime.  Symptoms of back pain can be a result of poor muscle tone, muscle tension or spasms, ligament tears, degenerative arthritis and nerve or disc problems. Factors such as age, occupation, poor posture, and overall fitness can play a role in back pain. The body needs a sound structure to support the weight it carries. When this structure is compromised, the body has to work harder to keep the feet, ankles, knees, hip, and back in proper alignment. This misalignment over time can lead to back problems.

Your feet are the foundation of your body. They are the bodies shock absorbers, balancing agents, and propulsive levers. When wearing shoes that do not support your feet, undo stress is placed on the ankles, knees, hip and back. When there is a problem with your feet( such as pronation or fallen arches), the rotation of the bones in your legs can become excessive- leading to increased stress on the lower back.

At Kuebler Shoes, we know that finding the proper shoes for your specific needs can go a long way in preventing or reducing lower back pain!

Reducing The Pain of Plantar Fascitis!


One of the most common foot conditions diagnosed by doctors is plantar fasciitis.  Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the tissue of the plantar muscle on the bottom of the foot. The tissue is called the fascia.  It connects the heel bone to the toes and helps to create the arch of the foot.  The term plantar fasciosis is used to describe a more degenerative situation within the plantar region. It has been reported that two million Americans a year develop plantar fasciitis. This condition can strike anyone. The pain is usually felt at the bottom of the foot under the heel area.  The pain normally is the greatest when the individual first gets out of bed in the morning, and slightly lessons throughout the day.

Kuebler Shoes professionally trained staff is on hand to help you reduce the pain of plantar fasciitis. We know that there are three parts to conservative treatment of this inflammation. First, overall motion of the foot must be reduced. A shoe with a strong heel counter and wide platform, plus an addition of a supportive insert will work. Second, the heel area should be cushioned to reduce pain. Third, proper stretching of the foot and leg must be consistently administered to reduce tension.

If you know of anyone suffering from this condition, you can trust that we have the knowledge to address all of their needs.

Kuebler Shoes Support System


Preformed Orthotics

  • Our selection of powerstep orthotics are designed to cradle the heel, enhance medial support, reduce friction, and provide even pressure to the plantar region.
  • Our pedag Viva ultra thin inserts offer a carbon filter to reduce friction, medial arch to provide even pressure to plantar region, metatarsal arch to reduce pressure in toe area, and a slim profile to fit into dress or casual shoes.  
  • The New Balance motion control insole provides a deep heel cup for rear foot control, the external arch support provides midfoot stability absorb material offers increased cushioning.

Shock Absorbing Products 

  • Spenco polysorb replacement insoles are the best replacement insoles on the market today. They offer polyurethane foam arch and heel support, poron heel to toe cushioning, and a silipure antimicrobial cover. 
  • New Balance pressure relief insole is made of full length plastizote material with added shock dispursing pads placed under the heel and forefoot.  This insert is perfect for at risk diabetics.
  • Aetrex Gel heel cups are clinically proven to absorb shock, cushion heels, and reduce stress on the Achilles tendon.  
  • Tuli’s heel cups cushions the heel and offers a complete rebound upon heel strike, as well as giving cradled support to the heel area.

Products From The Workbench

 Kuebler Shoes also has a large list of items that we use to enhance the fit and comfort of your shoes.  Just stop in for a sizing and we will provide you with the proper products to fit your needs.